It’s officially winter! In the last week we’ve had two helpings of snow so far in our local areas, and saw temperatures drop to a very chilly -3c this week. Although working from home through summer 2020 may have been idyllic for some, working all day from home through the winter could certainly see a sharp rise in utility bills for many families. So, if you’re spending more time at home this winter and you’re worried about the energy bills you may be facing over the upcoming colder months, keep reading to find out some effective ways to help keep the heat in your home for longer and generally reduce your utility bills.
Great news for First-Time Buyers! It has been announced by the government, that the new Help to Buy Equity Loan scheme, which is due to begin in April 2021, will be open to new applications from Wednesday 16th December 2020.
It’s been a rollercoaster of a year, which no one could have ever predicted, and from Thursday 5th November, our nation faces its second lockdown until 2nd December. However, things are a little different this time.
Series: What Do Estate Agents Do? Generating Offers, Negotiating Deals, Chain Chasing and Sales Progression
We’ve reached the last instalment of our Series: What Do Estate Agents Do? This week we take an in-depth look at how a good estate agent will generate offers, negotiate a deal for you and take some of the stress away when it comes to chain chasing and sales progression.
We’ve reached the next instalment of our Series: What Do Estate Agents Do? This week we take an in-depth look at how a good estate agent will market and promote your property, qualify potential purchasers and how well-trained agents will accompany viewings of your property to prompt a sale.
If you’re thinking of selling your property and wondering the best way to go about marketing your property, it may help to understand the service offered by a high street agent over an online estate agency. This week, we explain how a good agent will provide sound advice before you’ve even instructed us and how the valuation process works.
Making the decision to put your house on the market can be a difficult one. There can be a number of factors to weigh up, including both lifestyle and financial, which may be encouraging you to sell your home.
Despite the fact that so much of our world is now online - and often all the better for it - most people recognise that this does not generally apply to effective estate agency. With fewer than 4% of properties now being marketed by an internet-only estate agency, we take a look at the internet agency vs the high street agency.
If you’re thinking of buying a second home, Buy-to-Let, or an investment property, were you aware that there is an additional 3% Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) on top of the standard SDLT amount payable?
There are many mixed messages being sent out by the press regarding the property market, especially in view of the numerous issues surrounding Brexit. Is the market going to fall? Will it rise? Is it a good time or a bad time to move house?